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Hilton Worldwide Introduces New Midscale Brand

Hilton Worldwide Introduces New Midscale Brand

MCLEAN, Va.—Hilton Worldwide today unveiled Tru by Hilton, a brand that is simplified, spirited, and grounded in value, filling a void in the midscale category in the U.S. and Canada. Built from a belief that being cost-conscious and having a ...

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Commune, Destination Hotels Merge

Commune, Destination Hotels Merge

SAN FRANCISCO and DENVER—Commune Hotels & Resorts, the international lifestyle hotel management company comprising Joie de Vivre Hotels, Thompson Hotels, Tommie, and Alila Hotels & Resorts, and Destination Hotels, operator of independent hotels, resorts, and residences in the United States, ...

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Kimpton Names Fifth Chicago Hotel

Kimpton Names Fifth Chicago Hotel

CHICAGO—Kimpton Hotels & Restaurants announced today the official name of the latest four-star boutique hotel in Chicago as The Kimpton Gray Hotel, expanding its footprint in the city. Leading the hotel management team will be Nabil Moubayed as the general ...

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Hilton Worldwide Expands Presence to 100 Countries

Hilton Worldwide Expands Presence to 100 Countries

MCLEAN, Va.—Hilton Worldwide has expanded its footprint to 100 countries and territories around the world by raising the Hilton flag at the Hilton N’Djamenain Chad. In 2015, the company’s strategic focus on organic growth, led by 12 clearly-defined, market-leading brands, ...

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G6 Hospitality Reaches 1,300 Locations Worldwide

G6 Hospitality Reaches 1,300 Locations Worldwide

DALLAS—G6 Hospitality, known for Motel 6 and Studio 6 in the U.S. and Canada, has announced that 2015 was a record-breaking year, having hit a milestone of 1,300 locations, furthering expansion into Latin America and accomplishing a number of internal ...

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Landlords Running Unregulated Airbnb Hotels

Landlords Running Unregulated Airbnb Hotels

A growing number of commercial landlords are using Airbnb to run unregulated hotels in major cities, a new study released by the American Hotel & Lodging Association claims. The report, which was conducted by researchers at Penn State University’s School ...

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